houseboat Definition in the Cambridge Essential English Dictionary
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Definition of "houseboat" in Essential British English Dictionary

houseboat

noun
 
/ˈhaʊsbəʊt/
a small house built on a structure that floats like a boat
Translations of “houseboat”
in Korean 선상 가옥…
in Arabic عَوّامة, دَهبِيّة…
in Portuguese casa flutuante…
in Catalan casa flotant…
in Japanese ハウスボート(家のように生活できるボート)…
in Italian casa galleggiante…
in Chinese (Traditional) 船屋…
in Russian плавучий дом…
in Turkish yüzer ev…
in Chinese (Simplified) 居住船,船屋…
in Polish łódź lub barka mieszkalna…
(Definition of houseboat from the Cambridge Essential Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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